Kafka's Ape

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Venue: St Andrew's Hall
Jun
27
12:00
28
14:00
30
12:00
Jul
01
20:00
02
16:00
03
20:30

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55m
Theatre
14+ (L)

Language: Eng
Director: Phala O. Phala
Written By: Adapted by Phala O. Phala
Featured Artists: Tony Bonani Miyambo
Company: Kafka's Ape

Kafka’s Ape is a solo performance about a primate’s struggle to overcome the confines of captivity. The play takes a metaphorical view on South African society highlighting the complexities of identity in post-apartheid South Africa and in society in general. Red Peter, the ape, embarks on a journey ignited by finding a way out of a cage; a journey in which he contests identity based on outward appearance.

 

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